People are funny, aren’t they? There we go, scurrying about our everyday lives, doing what we do, and then we get a Twitter account.
And things start to get ridiculous. Or, as my son would say, “ridiclious.”
Granted, I’m not talking about us normal folk. I’m pointing at those beautiful famous people. You know the ones. The ones who post these pictures of themselves on Twitter:
Here we have a photo of Jordan in her kitchen. She’s just finished cooking some lamb shanks and thought she’d decorate the bench with herself. Happy with the photo, she then shares it with the world. Oh look, here she is again! Hi Jordan!
|She’s just popping out to Tesco for more Cheerios.|
Granted, it’s her job to promote this image of herself and really, she’s an adult so there’s no harm. But personally, I can’t get my head around it. Even if I looked like her, and I think she is naturally very beautiful without all that getup, would I pose like that and then publish it for all to see? No. I would feel like a dickhead.
No such problem with this lot.
|Imogen Thomas tweeted this shot of herself in her bikini and heels.
I don’t know who she is either.
|My personal favourite, Leann “I eat pizza too” Rimes.
Ah, life is just one big (or small) bikini.
|And here are Leann’s legs.|
|We get it Leann! You have great legs!
This is just jealousy on my part owing to my legs looking like sausages.
|Not to be outdone by Leann Rimes, Miley proves she has great legs too.
Except hers are orange.
|Amy Childs tweeted this pic to show us her hair extensions…|
|… while Kim Kardashian tweeted this to show us her earrings.
At least, I think that’s what she’s doing.
Sure it must be nice to have such confidence. But oh it’s all so boring isn’t it? Same big boobs, same long legs, same pout. I’d like to see more Twitter photos like these:
Much better. Don’t you think?
(See the aftermath of this post here. Hooray for real legs!)